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TRACTATUS UNIVERSI IURIS (VENICE 1584–86)

SpinesTUI

An ‘Ocean of Law’. The Harvard Law School’s copy of TUI1584 is bound in 29 physical volumes, 17 inches high, 18 ‘tomes’ in 25 physical volumes and 4 physical volumes of indices.


CONTENTS Tome 4


Tome 4 of TUI 1584 is devoted to proof (De probationibus). It contains 41 items, appoximately the same as tome 3.1 (39), and fewer than tome 3.2 (54). Once more, the authors are mostly Italian. There are a few French and one Netherlandish. Practical works in the tradition of the mos italicus dominate. There is treatise attributed to Alciatus (no. 37), but we have doubts whether he wrote it.

The tome begins with treatises on the making of positions, the written document in Romano-canonical procedure that laid out what the plaintiff intended to prove and in which he asked the defendant to affirm or deny each proposition. Two treatises deal with knotty problem of proving that negative. There are two treatises on proof by written instruments, one each on proof by confession and by notoriety. There follows a long series of treatises on witnesses, a reflection of the fact that proof by witnesses was the preferred method of proof in Romano-canonical procedure, and of the fact that this method was the one most often used in practice. Two treatises on presumptions are followed by three on the decisory oath, and the tome closes, with a treatise that from a modern point of view is somewhat out order, on the nullity of sentences.

The list of titles and authors follows the format outlined in the introduction to these pages. There are no records in HOLLIS that are not found here, though there are some items that are not found in HOLLIS that are here.

The heading abbreviations and the bibliographical abbreviations are the same as those used throughout these pages.

After the list of authors and titles there is another list that gives the formal ‘metadata’ of the tome. The foliation is regular; we have filled it in without comment where it is not visible. The register indicates that the signatures are A-Z, AA-ZZ, AAa-HHh, all quaternions except HHh, a duernion. The signature markings for sig. HHh are on f. 425r and 426r. The finis page, which has a printer’s device, is f. 427v. That probably means that the final blank folio is the last folio of sig. HHh, and that the binder added only the back pastedown. The title page is fol. [1r]. The front pastedown and a freestanding endpaper were added by the binder.

Preliminary work on this list was done in the summer of 2014 by Shuting Lu. The Ames Foundation is grateful to her for her devotion to the task. Errors, which certainly exist and which are my responsibility, can be called to our attention by sending us an email.

Charles Donahue, Jr.
July, 2014

 

TOME 4 – AUTHORS AND TITLES

The following table lists the items in tome 4 in the order in which they appear. The notes give linked references to general information about the author that appears on a separate page and any particular information that we have about the item in question. The final column gives a linked reference the sequence number in the PDS where the item first appears.

 

ITEM HOLAU TUIAU TUITI HN Citation Seq.
item no. 1Not in HOLLISOdofredus BeneventanusDe positionibus t. 4, f. 2ra8  
noteOdofredo Denari (Odofredus de Denariis), b. Bologna sec. 13 ineunte, d. Bologna 1265.    
item no. 2Jacobus de Arena, fl. 1288-1320Jacobus de ArenaDe positionibus4191928t. 4, f. 3ra10  
noteIacopo da Arena, d. 1297/98. HOLTI: Tractatus positionū.    
item no. 3Ubertus de BobioUbertus de BobioDe positionibus4368722t. 4, f. 7vb19  
noteUberto da Bobbio (Ubertus de Bobio), c. 1185–1245. This item may be derived from his larger Liber cautele e doctrine, a work based on his many years of teaching.    
item no. 4Corte, Francesco, d. 1495Franciscus CurtiusTractatus positionum et interrogationum4299718t. 4, f. 10ra24  
noteCorti, Francesco, sr., d. Pavia 1495.    
item no. 5Martino, de Fano, fl. 1229-1272Martinus de FanoNegativa qualiter probanda4338591t. 4, f. 12ra28  
noteMartino del Cassero da Fano (Martinus de Fano), b. Fano c. 1190, d. ?Bologna p. 1272.    
item no. 6Ercolani, Francesco, 1541-1569Franciscus HerculanusDe negativa probanda4313066t. 4, f. 12va29  
noteErcolani, Francesco, 1541–1569. HOLTI: Quis teneatur probare negativam et quibus modis negativa probetur tractatus. E. wrote other procedural works, but this one seems to have been the one most often printed.    
item no. 7Not in HOLLISFedericus Schench, ex liberis baronibus a TautembergDe probationibus t. 4, f. 28va61  
noteSchenck, Frederick, van Toutenburg, b. Vollenhove c. 1503, d. Utrecht 1580. This item would seem to be an extract from his Progymnasmata fori.    
item no. 8Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus ab AriadnoTractatus de instrumentorum fide et productione4334271t. 4, f. 29rb62  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 9Not in HOLLISLanfrancus ab AriadnoDe probationibus cum utilissimis additamentis t. 4, f. 33va71  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 10Pozzo, Paride del, ca. 1413-1493Paris de Puteo NeapolitanusDe reassumptione instrumentorum4355307t. 4, f. 36ra76  
notePozzo, Paride dal, b. ?Castellammare di Stabia c. 1413, d. Napoli c. 1493. P’s authorship of this item has been doubted, but Cortese in DGI (at 1.656) finds those doubts groundless.    
item no. 11Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus ab AriadnoDe confessionibus4334104t. 4, f. 47rb98  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 12Not in HOLLISAntonius de Butrio BononiensisDe notorio t. 4, f. 50ra104  
noteAntonio da Budrio (Antonius de Butrio), b. Bologna c. 1360, d. Bologna 1408. The manuscripts have not been studied, but there is no particular reason to doubt his authorship of this treatise.    
item no. 13Nepos de Monte Albano, 13th cent.Nepos de Monte AlbanoDe testibus4342020t. 4, f. 57va119  
noteNepos de Monte Albano, 13th c..    
item no. 14Bottrigari, Jacopo, 1274-1347Jacobus ButrigariusDe testibus4287402t. 4, f. 60va125  
noteIacopo Bottrigari, b. Bologna c. 1274, d. Bologna 1348.    
item no. 15Bartolo, of Sassoferrato, 1313-1357Bartolus de SaxoferratoDe testibus4192370t. 4, f. 63rb130  
noteBartolo da Sassoferrato (Bartolus de Saxoferrato ), 1313/14–1357. That Bartolus wrote this treatise, which he seems to have called Tractatus testimoniorum, is not seriously doubted. It has recently been given a fine modern edition with an extensive commentary: S. Lepsius, Der Richter und die Zeugen: eine Untersuchung anhand des Tractatus testimoniorum des Bartolus von Sassoferrato, Studien zur europäischen rechtsgeschichte, 158 (Frankfurt 2003). Cf. id., Von Zweifeln zur Überzeugung : der Zeugenbeweis im gelehrten Recht ausgehend von der Abhandlung des Bartolus von Sassoferrato, id., 160 (Frankfurt 2003).    
item no. 16Ubaldi, Baldo degli, 1327?-1400Baldus de PerusioCirca materiam testium4195526t. 4, f. 71ra146  
noteBaldo degli Ubaldi (Baldus de Ubaldis, Baldus Perusinus), b. Perugia 1327, d. Pavia 1400. Direct authorship by Baldus of this lectura circa materiam testium (the three lemmata do not appear in D.22.5, C.4.2, or X 2.20) seems unlikely. At one point he is referred to in the third person (f. 72rb no. 1). The item purports to be a report of Baldus’ lectura on the topic, and it may be.    
item no. 17Not in HOLLISBartolusDe reprobatione testium t. 4, f. 73ra150  
noteAngleberme(s), Jean Pyrrhus d’, b. Orléans c. 1480, d. Milano 1521. That Bartolus had anything to do with this treatise has long been doubted. Much of it must have been in existence by the late 13th c. because quite extensive extracts from it appear in Durantis’ Speculum iudciale. It is possible, however, as Diplovatatius says (f. 73ra-rb), that the brief paragraph at the beginning was written by Bartolus. For the authorship of the basic treatise see immediately below.    
item no. 18Not in HOLLISJacobus AegidiusDe testibus et eorum reprobatione t. 4, f. 73rb150  
noteJacobus Aegidii de Veterbio, prior Aureliensis (?Aureil, dép Haute-Vienne), ?13/2 c.. Diplovatatius (f. 73rb) attributes this treatise to one Jacobus Aegidii de Viterbio, prior ‘Aureliensis’ (?Aureil dép. Haute-Vienne), who, he says, was lecturing in Rome and did it at the request of one Geoffrey of Milano, the ‘chief judge of the church of Viterbo’. He says that there are also manuscript attributions to one Angelus de Amelia, who was a contemporary of Bartolus, but there are more ascriptions to Jacobus. Diplovatatius was apparently unaware that there are also manuscript ascriptions to Iacopo Balduini (b. Bologna . . . , fl. 1210 - d. Bologna 1235), a student of Azo’s, and to Bagarotus (fl. 1200-1246). We can probably exclude Angelus de Amelia on chronological grounds, but the other three are all possible, and it may be that all three of them were involved in this ‘living text.’ A similar, but not the same, text is printed below, f. 298r, under the name of Bagarotus. A comparison of the two texts suggests that this is more than just variants that could have appeared in different manuscripts, but a rather substantial rewriting. See the attached Notes on Testium facilitate (Word doc). Still to be determined is which version Durantis used.    
item no. 19Ubaldi, Angelo degli, 1328 - ca. 1407Angelus de PerusioAdditiones4371626t. 4, f. 75rb154  
noteAngelo degli Ubaldi (Angelus de Perusio), sr., b. ?Perugia 1327/8, d. Perugia 1407.    
item no. 20Ubaldi, Angelo degli, 1328 - ca. 1407Angelus de Ubaldis de PerusioQuaestio4371741t. 4, f. 76ra156  
noteAngelo degli Ubaldi (Angelus de Perusio), sr., b. ?Perugia 1327/8, d. Perugia 1407. HOLTI: Quæstio talis est, etc. TUI 1584 groups these quaestiones under the general title Quaestiones circa materiam testium. They may be related to the lectura given above at f. 71ra, but the relationship may be one perceived by the editor rather than by original author(s).    
item no. 21Ubaldi, Angelo degli, 1328 - ca. 1408Angelus de Ubaldis de PerusioAn frater possit esse testis in causa criminali fratris4371738t. 4, f. 76va157  
noteAngelo degli Ubaldi (Angelus de Perusio), sr., b. ?Perugia 1327/8, d. Perugia 1407. HOLTI: Quæstio - an frater possit esse testis in causa criminali fratris. TUI 1584 groups these quaestiones under the general title Quaestiones circa materiam testium. See the note immediately above.    
item no. 22Not in HOLLISFedericus SchenchDe testibus t. 4, f. 77rb158  
noteSchenck, Frederick, van Toutenburg, b. Vollenhove c. 1503, d. Utrecht 1580. This item would also seem to be an extract from his Progymnasmata fori.    
item no. 23Nellus, de Sancto GeminianoNellus a Sancto GeminianoDe testibus4341998t. 4, f. 79ra162  
noteNello Cetti da San Gimignano (Nellus de [a] Sancto Geminiano), 1373–1430. N’s authorship of this practical treatise, first published in Venezia in 1472, seems clear.    
item no. 24Campeggi, Giovanni, 1448-1511Ioannes Campegius BononiensisDe testibus4295253t. 4, f. 88rb180  
noteCampeggi, Giovanni Zaccaria, b. Mantova 1448, d. Mantova 1511. The treatise is divided into 441 regulae, a fact that gives some sense of his dogmatic approach, despite the fact that he was originally trained as a humanist.    
item no. 25Corte, Francesco, d. 1495Franciscus Curtius PapiensisDe testibus4299689t. 4, f. 125rb254  
noteCorti, Francesco, sr., d. Pavia 1495.    
item no. 26Barbazza, Andrea, ca. 1410-1480Andreas BarbatiusDe testibus ad c. testimonium de testibus [D.22.5pr]4192772t. 4, f. 130va265  
noteBarbaza, Andrea, b. Messina c. 1410, d. Bologna 1479. B. was much more a canonist than he was a civilian, so it is a bit surprising to find him writing what seems to be a repetitio on a Digest text. The attribution of this text to him needs further exploration.    
item no. 27Aufrère, Étienne deStephanus Aufrerius Tolosanus PraesesDe testibus4192542t. 4, f. 140ra284  
noteAufréri, Étienne, b. Poitiers c. 1458, d. Toulouse 1511. HOLTI: Tractatus optimus de testibus & eorum reprobatione.    
item no. 28Alfani, Tindaro, 15th cent.TyndarusDe testibus4192283t. 4, f. 147ra298  
noteAlfani, Tindaro, d. Perugia 1449. The item is interesting in that it set in the form of a dialogue among Bartolus, Baldus, and Ludovicus Romanus, in which the last-named seems to get the best of the argument.    
item no. 29Albericus, de MaletisAlbericius de Maletis PapiniensisDe testibus subtilis ac perutilis [tractatus]4196179t. 4, f. 162ra328  
noteMaletta (Maletti), Alberico (b. Mortara c. 1410, d. Campalestro 1466). This is M.’s best-known (and perhaps his only) work. As Vaglienti (DGI) notes, it is characterized by a pursuit of rationes and by considerable imagination.    
item no. 30Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de OrianoDe testibus4334277t. 4, f. 179ra362  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488. HOLTI: Tractatus depositionis testium seu de testibus.    
item no. 31Socini, Mariano, 1401-1467Marianus Socinus SeniorisDe testibus4372301t. 4, f. 189vb383  
noteSocini (Sozini, Soccini), Mariano, sr., b. Siena 1397, d. Siena 1467.    
item no. 32Crottus, JoannesJoannes Crotus a MonteferratoPraeclarus et insignis tractus de testibus4295403t. 4, f. 199vb403  
noteCrotti, Giovanni (Crotus de Monteferrato), b. Casale Monferrato c. 1475, d. Pisa 1517. HOLTI adds: cum additionibus, necnon plurimis fructuosis quæstionibus . . . Petri de Moncada. Deza (DGI) reports that this treatise was not completed because of the author’s early death and was reworked for publication in 1523 by the Spanish jurist Pedro de Moncada (16th c.).    
item no. 33Lescut, Nicolaus de, 16th cent.Nicolaus de LescutDe testium examinatione4327432t. 4, f. 231vb467  
noteEscut, Nicolas de l’, d. 1580. The dedicatory epistle of this work is dated in 1540 (e.g., ed. Frankfurt 1597).    
item no. 34Monticellus, Joannes MariaJoannes Maria Monticellus de BobioRepertorium generale in materiis civilibus testium per ordinem titulorum digestum et ordinatum4338754t. 4, f. 239ra482  
noteMonticelli, Giovanni Maria, 16/2 c..    
item no. 35BagarotusBagarotusDe reprobationibus testium4196012t. 4, f. 298rb600  
noteBagarotto (Bagarottus de Coradis), fl. 1200–1246. For the work, see above, f. 73rb.    
item no. 36La Pape, Guy de, ca. 1402 - ca. 1487Guido PapaDe praesumptionibus iuris tantum et de iure4323764t. 4, f. 300ra604  
notePape, Gui, ?1404–1477.    
item no. 37Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550Andreas AlciatusDe presumptionibus, cum additionibus4192978t. 4, f. 304vb613  
noteAlciato (Alciati), Andrea, b. Milano 1492, d. Pavia 1550. HOLTI adds: incerto auctore, etsi nonnulli eum Alciato tribuant. That title comes from Tractatus Lyon 1549, and the editors of Lyon were more cautious about the attribution than was Ziletti. Alciatus’ output was large and was for the most part not organized in the traditional fashion. It is possible that this item is somehow derived from Alciatus’ works. It seem unlikely that he wrote it in the way that it is presented here. TUI 1584 gives the author of the additiones as Ioannes Nicholai Arelatani (Jean Nicolas, [16th c.]). Nicolas may have studied with Alciatus when the latter was teaching at Avignon.    
item no. 38Selva, Giovanni diJoannes de Selva GalliDe iureiurando4362147t. 4, f. 347vb699  
noteSelve, Jean de (the ?elder), d. 1521. The HOLAU is a phantom. S. would seem to be the elder brother of a better-known Jean de Selve.    
item no. 39Corsetus Siculus, AntoniusAntonius Corsetus SiculusDe iuramento et eius privilegiis4302956t. 4, f. 359ra722  
noteCorsetti (Corsettus, Corsectus, Corsictus), Antonio, b. Noto (prov. Siracusa, Sicily) c. 1450, d. Roma 1503. HOLTI: Tractatus solen?is per modum repetitionis ad rubr. de juramento & ejus privilegiis. The rubric in question is X 2.24, De iuramento. The form of the item, as the longer title suggests, is that of a repetitio or commentary on the rubric itself.    
item no. 40Baviera, Marco AntonioMarcus Antonius BavieraDe virtute et viribus iuramenti4196246t. 4, f. 364vb733  
noteBonetti, Marcantonio Baverio de, mid-15th c. – 1500. B’s authorship of this treatise is not in doubt. The HOLLIS record is for both Lyon 1549 and TUI 1584. HOLLIS 4194269 duplicates for TUI 1584.    
item no. 41Not in HOLLISSebastianus VantiusDe nullitatibus processuum ac sententiarum t. 4, f. 371va747  
noteVanzi, Sebastiano, b. Rimini 1514, d. Orvieto 1571. This work was finished in 1549 and enjoyed a great success (Mura [DGI] reports that it was cited as authoritative by Grotius), if only because little else had been written on the topic.    

 

TOME 4 – ‘METADATA’

Item Vol Fol Seq
Spine 4  no f. 1
Front cover 4  no f. 2
Front pastedown, with bookplate 4  no f. 3
Blank freestanding endpaper 4  no f. 4
Blank freestanding endpaper 4  no f. 5
Title Page 4 [1r] 6
Index authorum 4 [1v] 7
Odofredus Beneventanus: De positionibus 4 2r 8
4 2v 9
Iacobus de Arena: De positionibus 4 3r 10
4 3v 11
4 4r 12
4 4v 13
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Ubertus de Bobio: De positionibus 4 7v 19
4 8r 20
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Franciscus Curtius: Tractatus positionum et interrogationum 4 10r 24
4 10v 25
4 11r 26
4 11v 27
Martinus de Fano: Negativa qualiter probanda 4 12r 28
Franciscus Herculanus: De negativa probanda 4 12v 29
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Federicus Schench: De probationibus 4 28v 61
Lanfrancus ab Ariadno: Tractatus de instrumentorum fide et productione 4 29r 62
4 29v 63
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Lanfrancus ab Ariadno: De probationibus cum utilissimis additamentis 4 33v 71
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Paride de Puteo: De reassumptione instrumentorum 4 36r 76
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Lanfrancus ab Ariadno: De confessionibus 4 47r 98
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Antonius de Butrio: De notorio 4 50r 104
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Nepos a Monte Albano: De testibus 4 57v 119
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Iacobus Butrigarius: De testibus 4 60v 125
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Bartolus de Saxoferrato: De testibus 4 63r 130
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Baldus de Perusio: Circa materiam testium 4 71r 146
4 71v 147
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Bartolus: De reprobatione testium; Iacobus Aegidius: De testibus et eorum reprobatione 4 73r 150
4 73v 151
4 74r 152
4 74v 153
Angelus de Perusio: Additiones  4 75r 154
4 75v 155
Angelus de Ubaldis de Perusio: Quæstio talis est, etc. 4 76r 156
Angelus de Ubaldis de Perusio: An frater possit esse testis in causa criminali fratris 4 76v 157
Federicus Schench: De testibus 4 77r 158
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Nellus a Sancto Geminiano: De testibus 4 79r 162
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Ioannes Campegius Bononinsis: De testibus 4 88r 180
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Franciscus Curtius Papiensis: De testibus 4 125r 254
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Andrea Barbatius: De testibus ad c. testimonium de testibus [D.22.5.1pr] 4 130v 265
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Stephanus Aufrerius: De testibus 4 140r 284
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Tyndarus: De testibus 4 147r 298
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Albercius de Maletis Papiensis: Tractatus de testibus 4 162r 328
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Lanfrancus de Oriano: De testibus 4 179r 362
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Marianus Socinus: De testibus 4 189v 383
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Ioannes Crottus: De testibus 4 199v 403
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Nicolaus de Lescut: De testium examinatione 4 231v 467
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Ioannes Maria Monticellus: Repertorium generale in materiis civilibus testium per ordinem titulorum digestum et ordinatum 4 239r 482
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Bagarotus: De reprobationibus testium 4 298r 600
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Andrea Alciatus: De presumptionibus 4 304v 613
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Ioannes de Selva Galli: De iureiurando 4 347v 699
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Antonius Corsetus Siculus: De iuramento et eius privilegiis 4 359r 722
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Marcus Antonius Baveria: De virtute et viribus iuramenti 4 364v 733
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Sebastianus Vantius: De nullitatibus processuum, ac sententiarum 4 371v 747
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